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  1. LG Development out of Chicago, which recently paid $25 million for the 2 acre site at 909 Division (currently home to A+ Storage facility) is planning a massive residential complex of 574 units which would rank as one of the largest in the city. Based on the diagrams seen further below in the thread, it appears there will be about 40 units per floor in the L-shaped building, which would make for about 15 floors, plus first few floors being primarily above-grade garage. "We're still very early on. We're going through the process to make sure that if the climate to build is right, that we have everything lined up to move on it," Daniel Haughney of LG said. "We're still a long way away from when we'd have a full set of plans to get a shovel in the ground." The design firm NORR is working with LG Development on its plans, according to Metro documents. So too is the Nashville office of Kimley-Horn & Associates Inc. They do not plan on starting this year. Designs and further details should be coming out in the coming months. More at The Nashville Post here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21112826/massive-apartment-project-planned-for-gulch And behind the NBJ paywall here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/01/28/plans-for-two-big-developments-emerge-in-the-gulch.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline This is the A+ Storage facility currently on the site: This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  2. A 20 story residential tower featuring 300 units and internal garage, along with renovation/repurposing of a two 1-2 story existing structures at 914-916 4th Ave. South, 300 MCann St., and 914 3rd Ave. South is being proposed by The Mainland Companies. This block is primarily known as the site where Crazy Horse strip club currently resides. Hastings Architecture will handle the design of the tower and repurposing of the strip club. Manuel Zeitlin Architects will be in charge of the redesign of the Quanset hut building structure that will become Mainland's new HQ. Mainland will go before Metro Board Zoning Appeals on Oct. 22nd for a special exception related to maximum height for the tower. The tower will apparently face 4th Ave. South to the west and border the I-40 frontage road on the north. No specific rendering is available for the skyscraper yet. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/reinvention-of-adult-entertainment-club-property-planned/article_b1672a3a-3b53-11ed-99be-5b52ac12d940.html This rendering of the redesign of the Crazy Horse Club (facing McCann St. here) into a retail structure shows the approximate massing of the 20 story residential tower in the left background: This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  3. An 11 story, 136' tall boutique hotel that would include 112 rooms, an "electric gastro pub," a subterranean upscale restaurant/wine cellar, 32,000 sq. ft. fitness facility, 7,000 sq. ft. spa, a boutique performance venue, screening and writing rooms, rooftop pool/lounge, and more will be located at 10 11th Ave. South, backing up against the CSX tracks at the T intersection of 11th and McGavock St. Price tag will be $70 million. The developer is Chris Hyndman of M Street Entertainment. Ground breaking will be 4th quarter of this year, and a summer 2020 completion is the goal. Currently the lot is utilized for surface parking. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21005153/virago-owner-unveils-boutique-hotel-project-for-the-gulch NBJ's take: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2018/05/15/first-look-restaurateur-unveils-plans-for-gulch.html
  4. The 3 acre site formerly home to Country Delite Dairy at 1401 Church St. and facing the I-40/65 inner belt to the east is planned for a 3 tower mixed-use project (45, 35, and 30 stories plus a 7 story structure). The developer is CCB Nashville Developments, which is affiliated with Bosa Properties, a major developer out of Vancouver. Hastings Architecture will oversee design; Civil Design will be in charge of land-planning and engineering; HDLA will do landscape architecture; KCI Technologies will be involved with engineering and construction consultation. The team has filed a specific plan application with Metro Planning, with the document simply referencing a “mixed-use development.” The site is bordered Church, Grundy Street and 14th and 15th avenues north. The application notes 30-story, 35-story and 45-story buildings. The 30-floor building will front Church Street, with the 35-floor structure to address 15th Avenue and the 45-floor tower to face Grundy Street. According to multiple sources, CCB Nashville Developments — companies affiliated with which have developed sites with high-rises in greater Seattle and Vancouver — has the property under contact with owner Dairy Farmers of America (DFA). The property CCB Nashville Developments seeks to acquire overlooks the inner-interstate loop and sold in May 2020 for nearly $30.4 million to DFA, a dairy co-operative. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/three-tower-project-eyed-for-midtown/article_6abc5fea-18f5-11ed-992b-67ad212d1eb1.html This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  5. A massive 14.5 acre mixed-use project to be called Skyline East will populate the western edge of McFerrin Park, facing Dickerson Pike (where it parallels I-24) at Joseph Avenue. It could involved numerous 6 to 15 story structures, 1,400 residential units, and 500,000 sq. ft. of commercial/office space, as well as parking decks. This will be the largest project of its kind in East Nashville. No renderings as of yet. Currently there are 212 apartments and townhomes on the site (some of them Section 8 Housing). The technical addresses include 301 North 2nd St., 651 and 660 Joseph Ave. Riverchase bought the 3 parcels that make up the site in 2017 for $1.2 million. “Riverchase Holdings LLC is excited to be part of the planning and revitalization of the Dickerson Pike corridor and East Nashville community," said Scott Morton, an associate at that firm. "The 15-acre site is located at the 'gateway' to Dickerson Pike and is well positioned to set the tone for quality redevelopment on the corridor." Morton said the group has participated in ongoing workshops Metro's Planning Department is hosting to create concensus on what future development should look like along Dickerson Pike. Metro's Planning Commission could adopt a final plan this summer at their June 13 meetings Morton said the Skyline East proposal "is consistent with the theme and intent of community recommendations." More behind the NBJ paywall here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/05/03/austin-group-targets-high-rises-for-east-nashville.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline And the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/residential-real-estate/article/21067259/east-side-site-could-land-largescale-development This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the project site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  6. RMR Group out of Massachusetts is planning a massive mixed-use project at 111 North 1st Street on the East Bank on the 16.72 acres that currently houses the TravelCenters of America (TA) Truck Stop. It will include 3 million sq. ft. of office, retail, residential, and hotel space. Some of the buildings could be as tall as 30 stories. Probably will not get underway until at least 2022. No renderings as of yet. The 16-acre site is bordered by a CSX railway to the north, James Robertson Parkway to the south, Interstate 24 to the east and North First Street to the west. RMR has enlisted a local team of Hastings Architecture Associates, attorney Shawn Henry of Tune Entrekin & White, civil engineering firm Barge Cauthen and traffic engineering and analysis company KCI. RMR has $32 billion in assets. More behind Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21143702/largescale-mixeduse-project-eyed-for-east-bank And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/10/01/rmr-group-east-bank-ta-truck-stop-development.html?iana=hpmvp_nsh_news_headline This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  7. 11N will be a 3 tower residential development of 47 stories (525'), 28 stories (313'), and 29 stories (311') featuring 1,475 total units, plus 40,000 sq. ft. of retail and 41,600 sq. ft. of greenway/park space. Internal garages will hold 1,870 cars. The total land space is 5.14 acres bordered by Church Street Viaduct on the south, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (Charlotte Ave.) on the north, 11 North Apartment complex on the west, and the CSX tracks on the east. The current site is all surface parking and undeveloped space. The Greenway space will also include a large plaza underneath the Church Street Viaduct. Of note: the largest tower will actually be 567' above grade, as there is a 42' section from ground level before reaching the Church Street Viaduct official entrance level. It is a partnership development by Portman Holdings and National Real Estate Advisors. Hastings Architecture is in charge of design; Barge Civil Assoc. is overseeing engineering/land planning; Hawkins Partners is landscape architect. The project may have a total of ten years to roll out in phases. There is a possibility of a 16 story office structure going on the Grainger site--but it is only hinted at in one of the diagrams. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/north-gulch-site-eyed-for-three-high-rises/article_1b35e116-0af4-11ee-b950-b7813891e2bd.html
  8. 621 Middleton will be a 27 story, 280' residential tower on 1.2 acres (the Plaza Arts site) to be developed by T2 Capital Management, LLC out of Chicago. It will feature 3 segments of 23, 25, and 27 stories, with 405 residential units (none will be STR), 14,770 sq. ft. of ground level retail, and an internal garage with 439 capacity. Hastings Architecture will be in charge of design. T2 paid $11.25 million for the site. Plaza Artist Materials and Picture Framing, the former owners of the site, will relocate in October to a new location in Germantown at 1205 Second Avenue North, former home of Third Avenue Hardware. Plaza will continue its normal business operations at the current Middleton Street location until their October move. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/pie-town-property-prepped-for-mixed-use-building/article_7e15e52a-e132-11ec-857e-83f891591d25.html This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  9. 16th & McGavock will be a 29 story residential/hotel combo tower featuring ground level retail and an internal garage is being planned for the 1.17 acre lot (made up of 4 parcels) with a primary address of 115 16th Ave. South in Midtown. The amount of units and hotel rooms is not clear yet, nor is the hotel brand. The Roers Company is the developer; Hasting is handling the architecture; Kimley Horn will oversee engineering and land planning. DeSano's Pizzeria (non-historic 1 story structure) will be razed for the tower, and the restaurant will relocate next to Von Elrod's Beer Hall at 1010 4th Ave. North. The historic structure at 114 17th Ave. South that currently houses Zac Brown's Southern Ground Studio (built originally in 1903 as a church) has been up for sale by Brown since 2020. Brown will probably close the studio and pocket over $9 million in profit from the sale. It appears that structure will be saved and repurposed as part of this new project. More behind the Nashville Post paywall here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/mixed-use-tower-planned-for-midtown/article_ada697d8-719e-11ed-9015-2b523160a206.html And at NBJ here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/12/02/roers-cos-music-row-tower-roundabout.html The DeSano's Pizzeria structure that will be razed, looking west from 16th Ave. South: The Southern Ground Studio building (originally a church when built in 1903) will be repurposed as part of this development. Looking SE from intersection of 17th Ave. South and McGavock St: This screen shot from Smeagolsfree's excellent development map shows the site highlighted in teal at the center of the frame:
  10. Nashville-based developer C.B. Ragland Co. has submitted plans to Metro regarding a hotel tower proposed for the SoBro site across Second Avenue to the west from its 222 2nd Ave. South Tower. The proposed structure will rise at least 20 stories and is expected to offer a minimum of 250 rooms. No renderings available yet. The team will go before the Metro Development and Housing Agency Design Review Committee on Tuesday, Nov. 7, to seek approval of the concept. The tower — which could sit on an L-shaped parking podium — would rise on the 0.5-acre site of the building last home to The Listening Room. Discussions are being held with Hyatt properties. Both of these stories are currently behind paywalls: http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/20981404/hotel-tower-eyed-for-sobro-site https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2017/11/02/upscalehyatt-hotel-targeted-for-sobro.html The site is at lower center of this small photo: The property is the oddly shaped teal lot in the center of this screen shot from Smealoglsfree's excellent Development Map: This is the current 1 story structure of no historic significance sitting on the lot. It housed the Listening Room Club for the past decade or so. That enterprise has relocated to 4th Ave. South and Elm St.
  11. The Purpose Hotel, a brainchild of Nashville-based celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart, seems to be moving forward. A rendering has been released of a 17 story tower that would, according to a 2016 article, feature 200-300 rooms with an $80 to 150 million price tag. A still undisclosed site for the boutique hotel in downtown Nashville has been chosen, and will be announced soon. Coward has enlisted Atlanta-based WP Hospitality Group to manage the development, and Hastings Architecture is on board as the designer. Some of the unique aspects of the hotel will be that every room booking will help support a different needy child in the developing world through a sponsorship agency. Info on each child will be featured in each room. Linens will be sewn by survivors of human trafficking. Art throughout the hotel will feature humanitarian artists. Ethnically sourced coffee in each room. Furniture created by people in need. Internet fees fight human trafficking. Inspiring social films will be featured on some TV channels in each room, as well as curated books with themes about compassion and justice. Soaps and shampoos handmade by women survivors of addiction, violence, and extreme poverty. The lobby will feature a working well for guests to experience sustainable water work. Cowart initially launched the concept via a Kickstarter campaign, and raised nearly a million dollars to help fund designs, etc. More at The Nashville Post here: https://www.nashvillepost.com/business/development/article/21065918/image-released-for-longplanned-hotel Hotel website: https://www.thepurposehotel.com/ Kickstarter campaign site: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thepurposehotel/purpose-hotel-change-the-world-in-your-sleep Original Tennessean article from 2016: https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2016/07/14/nashville-celebrity-photographer-plans-purpose-hotel/86885300/
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